Cavin Johnson has opened up on his exit from working with Pitso Mosimane at Al Ahly after his return to South Africa.
“Sometimes a strong relationship comes to an end, that’s what happened, if a chance avails itself I would happily return to Ahly.”
Johnson went on to laud their recent 5-3 win over Zamalek in the Cairo Derby and said he ‘wasn’t surprised’ by the result.
I know l will be insulted for the truth,That was a clear penalty.The boys were supposed to fight back for equaliser quickly.Thas what professionals do.
They did it very well bcz nomatter hw many times u replay the video all u see is when the player was falling down.
Johnson said; “My time with Al Ahly was wonderful, I worked with a professional team and it added to my experience, Ahly is an African giant.
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